The Invisible Woman evaluation action

2022-04-15 08:01
"The Invisible Woman" is an outstanding film about love, longing, and regret, and possibly the first film about Charles Dickens' private life, with as much drama as Dickens' work   .
The appeal of The Invisible Woman's story has a lot to do with how it's told. There is little direct or explicit expression in Ralph Fiennes' handling, and the film strips away the most utilitarian dialogue in it, leaving only emotional hints and hints, fleshed out by the actors. Especially early in the story, the lover's attraction is conveyed through only the most subtle expressions and gestures. This approach immerses the audience in an enjoyable game that confuses the characters' purpose and motivation. The performances of the actors are excellent, especially the lead characters. With a beard on his face, Fiennes created a vivid portrait of Dickens, encompassing his vanity and selfishness, as well as his generosity and desire for life. As Nelly, Jones conveys the young woman's mixture of awe, intoxication and anxiety. In a stellar supporting role, Scanlan deserves special praise for displaying the dignity and grace of Catherine Dickens in a heartbreaking setting   .
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  • Ona 2022-04-15 09:01:08

    Ralph's directing skills need to be strengthened. The non-linear narrative makes the story a little messy. In addition, Ralph's acting skills are better than the story. In the end, the film lacks confidence. As an audience, I will not be attracted by the love between Dickens and Nellie. Putting all the emphasis on the character of Dickens ended up with a featureless story that felt dull and boring, as if the story would hold even if it wasn't on Dickens.

  • Edmond 2022-04-15 09:01:08

    This kind of celebrity biopic is really my dead end. How charming a person can be to attract me to be moved by his story? Isn't this a story of a young adult who cheated on a mistress, plus Chinese clothes and an authentic British literary accent , so you can chirp?

The Invisible Woman quotes

  • Charles Dickens: When the day is creeping up on us and we must put in order the chaos of the night.

  • Nelly: Stand guard once more, ready for life.

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